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Nutrient partitioning in tomato grown on organic manure treated soil | IJAAR

IJAAR Tomato 26,5,2019By: Md. Yunus Miah

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Field studies focused on nutrient partitioning are necessary for the better crop growth and efficient use of manures. This work presents a comparative study of the effects of cow dung and urea as different N sources on plant growth, shoot-root dry weight and the concentrations of some nutritionally important elements in root, stem, leaf and fruit of tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum L., var. Raton). Continue reading

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Study of the effects of delayed tribenuron-methyl treatment on Cleavers (Galium aparine) and winter wheat yield – JBES

Galium aparine,By: Vaghef Enayati

Abstract

Sometimes environmental variables make herbicide application in recommended times unfeasible. Therefore, the evaluation of the herbicide application in a framework out of recommended schedules seems necessary. To do this, an experiment based on field conditions was performed by applying different doses of tribenuron-methyl herbicide on weeds Cleavers (Galium aparin) in winter wheat farmat the middle of itsstem elongation stage in the growing season 2013-2014. Continue reading

Nutrient partitioning in tomato grown on organic manure treated soil – IJAAR

Ripe fresh tomatoes growing on the vine.By: Md. Yunus Miah

Abstract

Field studies focused on nutrient partitioning are necessary for the better crop growth and efficient use of manures. This work presents a comparative study of the effects of cow dung and urea as different N sources on plant growth, shoot-root dry weight and the concentrations of some nutritionally important elements in root, stem, leaf and fruit of tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum L., var. Raton). Continue reading